In the coming weeks, the Threads platform will get a web version and a search function, emphasized Mark Zuckerberg in his post.
“A good week for Threads. The community here is on the trajectory I expect to build a vibrant long term app. Lots of work ahead but excited about the team’s pace of shipping. Search and web coming in the next few weeks.” he wrote.
Judging by the number of likes and shares on this post, users are eagerly awaiting the announcement of the update. So far, the post has received nearly 32 thousand likes and more than 3 thousand replies.
We remind you that Threads platform from Meta attempts to keep users. According to Sensor Tower, the number of daily active Threads users has dropped 82% since launch to 8 million as of July 31. This is the lowest number since the day after the app launched, when daily active users reached 44 million.
People are also opening the app less often and spending less time in it, Sensor Tower added. On the day of launch, Threads users opened the app 14 times and spent an average of 19 minutes in it. By August 1, the number of Threads sessions had dropped to 2.6 per day, and the average time spent in the app was 2.9 minutes.